TANTRUM – It is claimed that the strongest aspiration from internal PAN is to support Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo and BUMN Minister Erick Thohir as the presidential and vice presidential candidates in the 2024 presidential election.
“Regarding Mas Ganjar, in PAN, the strongest aspiration is indeed Ganjar-Erick,” said Chairman of the PAN DPP Expert Council Drajad Wibowo.
PAN, he said, was in no hurry to announce the presidential candidate pair (capres) and vice presidential candidate (cawapres) that they would run in the 2024 presidential election, bearing in mind that the political map in Indonesia is still very dynamic. However, Drajad ensured that PAN would continue to push Erick Thohir to become a vice presidential candidate in the 2024 presidential election.
“What is clear, PAN continues to push for Erick as vice presidential candidate,” he said.
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PAN, he emphasized, has a close relationship with Erick Thohir. PAN also considers that the PSSI Chairperson is fit for electability and capability to become a vice presidential candidate in the 2024 Presidential Election.
Based on the results of a survey from the IndoStrategi survey agency for the period 1-10 May 2023, it was found that Erick Thohir’s electability was ranked at the top on the cawapres exchange with a gain of 17.4 percent.
Then when paired with Ganjar Pranowo, the pair had electability that was able to beat other pairs. IndoStrategi’s survey recorded a simulation of the Ganjar-Erick duo outperforming the pair of Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto and East Java Governor Khofifah Indar Parawansa. Ganjar-Erick won electability by 43 percent, while Prabowo-Khofifah 12.8 percent.
The IndoStrategi survey involved 1,230 respondents throughout Indonesia. They are Indonesian citizens aged 17 years and over or who already have an identity card (KTP). The data from the survey has an error threshold of 2.83 percent with a 95 percent confidence level.
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